Fish Party Jackpot Sit & Go
We’re very excited to announce the arrival of Fish Party, a new type of Sit & Go tournament that comes with a twist!
Sit & Go poker is already a popular format that is guaranteed to entertain, but playing a Fish Party S&G means being involved in a progressive jackpot with potentially enormous payouts. The game itself takes the form of a unique, action-packed 3-player No Limit Hold’em tournament, with varying buy-in options and randomly selected prize pools.
How it works
It’s really simple, and great fun. Here’s how to play: In the dedicated Fish Party lobby, select a game from the bankroll-friendly buy-ins that are available – these are €1, €5, €10, €20 and €50. You’ll then be seated at a themed Fish Party table, at which point things take a different course to normal Sit & Go tournaments.
A special, simplified version of the Fish Party online slot game plays out in a single spin in order to determine the size of the prize pool – which is displayed on the table - and the challenge begins as you battle it out with two opponents for whatever prize was thrown up by the slot game spin.
As with our Bad Beat jackpot, the Fish Party jackpot is progressive, so it builds over time until it is hit, with prize pools of varying sizes being awarded along the way so that you can continue to win as you enjoy the thrill of the chase.
Dive into Fish Party Sit & Go poker, have fun and win big!
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Terms and Conditions
- 32Red Poker may, at their sole discretion, limit the eligibility of customers to participate in this promotion, for any reason whatsoever without notice to the end users. No correspondence will be entered into. 32Red's decision will be considered final in the event of a dispute.
- 32Red Poker reserves the right to modify, alter, discontinue or terminate this promotion at any time for any reason whatsoever without notice to the end users, using reasonable efforts to provide such notice in advance.
Last updated: 11th July 2016, 15:20 GMT